and after the earthquake a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire; and after the fire a still small voice."
1 Kings 19:11-12 (NKJV)
Every year on the Fourth of July in the USA there are fireworks. In Germany, people shoot off fireworks at midnight on New Year's Eve, and I am sure that other countries have similar celebrations. But no matter what nation you might be in, or what event is being celebrated, there is one thing that is certain, the fireworks will eventually end and everyone will go home. Everyone likes the fireworks, but in your normal, everyday life, you don't have fireworks going off all of the time.
Some people would like to have a spectacular event happen every day, but that is not how we live our life. For Christians, seminars and special services are good, and sometimes we might even say spectacular. But no matter how amazing the seminar or service was, everyone eventually has to go home. This is like the fireworks; you don't have fireworks happen every day of your life and you don't have something spectacular happen every day in your life as a believer either.
The Bible is filled with examples of miraculous things that happened in the lives of God's people, but those things did not happen on a daily basis. Walking in love, spiritual growth, serving God, and living a good and holy life may not be as amazing as the parting of the Red Sea, Lazarus being raised from the dead, or Jesus calming a storm; but they are all things that need to be a part of our walk with God. Don't make the mistake of being focused on, or seeking, the spectacular and missing out on the things that make up a satisfying and successful Christian life.